Hey, This is some Dracula stuff the backers got to see a week ago.
I’m in the midst of inking between every spare moment right now.
Want to get the next Revolver out to early subscribers in September!
Here’s a look at the pages in progress, don’t peek if you don’t want spoilers!
Read Dracula Son of the Dragon, in Revolver!
Misplaced is based on a dream a.j.duric told me about, in which she imagined going on a journey to find her lost imagination. It was previously published online via the Revolver site, I’m re-releasing it here after a time offline! These four wordless pages were a real labour of love at the time, done during a peek in that friendship.
This latest post of photos, taken by Lionel Douglas, are from the historic 1969 Toronto Rock and Roll Revival show held at Varsity Stadium on the University of Toronto campus downtown, before an audience of 20,000+! This was a major event in the city and Rock history. I don’t know…
Happy late Throwback Thursday! I decided a while ago I would make this the standard posting day for the site here. Seemed fitting.
I’ve got a few rolls from this show, though not all of them I think? We’ll see. This first scanned, is #5 of indeterminate.
Chuck Berry playing at the Toronto Peace Festival in 1969, and highlighted is possibly Lionel Douglas taking his photos.
Right off the top, we’ve got Chuck Berry! The later photos feature an act I have not identified yet, but these come I believe from the Toronto Rock and Roll Revival in 1969! I was looking at some background materiel, and in this post about the show there’s an unaccredited photo of Berry performing, and think I may have spotted Lionel at work just in front of him? You can’t see much but it does look a bit like him. Depends on what his hair cut was like at the time…
You can catch some of the show on youtube here. And if you know who the other act on this roll is playing at night, shoot me a message!